There is an incredible joy in being curious and exploring your environment. There is just so much to see. I usually go for Curiosity Walk over lunch. During a Curiosity Walk, you just follow your heart and intuition to discover new things about your environment, others and yourself. I have been going on these walks for a while. You can read about my stories here.
Slowing down for an hour to be yourself, explore in awe and wonder and get to know other explorers will help you to gain new perspectives and inspire you for the rest of the day.
How it works
- Each Curiosity Walk is one hour long.
- Turn off your phones or leave them at home.
- We depart from the clock at the corner of Sydney and Brunswick Roads at 12:30 pm sharp. If we are leaving from a different location I will let you know 24 hrs before.
- We split the hour so that everyone gets an equal amount of time for their turn.
- During your turn that you follow your heart and intuition and lead the others through the exploration, conversation, walk, games or activities you feel like doing.
How much does it cost?
Curiosity Walks thrive on the diversity of their explorers. It’s free to join but we would love if you could support Vast Experiences with a small donation so that we can continue to offer events to broaden your horizon.
It’s cool to be nice – Curiosity Walk’s Code of Conduct
Be friendly and patient, welcoming, considerate, respectful and when you disagree, try to understand why. Try to include everyone. Please don’t pressure people into things they don’t like to do.
A Curiosity Walk is an inclusive event for people from different backgrounds coming together to exchange their ideas. We explicitly honour diversity in age, gender, gender identity and expression, culture, ethnicity, disability, language, national origin, neurodiversity, political beliefs, profession, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and technical ability.
We are all different yet we are all the same. It’s a beautiful thing to be alive. If you can’t accept and respect others how they are, a Curiosity Walk is probably not the right place for you.
Curiosity Walks are taking place on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
A note about signing up to this event, you’re opting into receiving communications from Vast Experiences. You are also consenting to us taking some photos and video footage to be published later. If you’d like to attend but do not wish to be added to our post-event follow up email list or filmed or photographed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
We look forward to seeing you there!